With the appearance of a standard residential door, the Security Door is the perfect option for the person who prefers to be more discreet about the presence and location of valuables. This can be especially valuable to you if the door to your built-in vault will be in a location in your home where visitors might access frequently -- especially visitors who are not really interested in seeing your gun collection. And it is equally valuable for those living where you would just as soon have it that visitors didn't know about your guns at all.
This is the perfect solution short of putting a vault door or safe behind an additional locked door. That solution works, but it takes up more room in your home. The Browning Security Door offers an excellent combination of solid protection from break in as well as an ample level of fire protection.
Looks just like a locked door to another room, not a safe.
The Security Door includes a UL® Listed Type I Electronic Lock with a keypad that can be mounted and concealed up to seven feet from the vault to further hide the true nature of the door. This is actually a really cool feature that you will appreciate.
It looks great and fits your guns and gear.
A properly built vault room allows you the greatest amount of latitude and creativity in the way your guns are displayed. For those of us with collections of unique and rare guns it gives the ability to show or display the guns without moving them in and out of a conventional safe, risking dings and scratches. A vault room using a Browning Security Door also adds greater versatility allowing safe and secure storage of expensive gear, documents, heirlooms and more.
Work with your contractor . . .
Or if you are handy, plan it out yourself to design a room that is fully secure top, sides and bottom. This usually involves concrete walls or concrete filled blocks for walls, a secure reinforced ceiling (suspended concrete is ideal), some attention to fire resistance in the walls and ceiling and a sized door location that will fit a Browning Vault Door and the appropriate anchor fasteners. In some cases it makes sense to put your gun room behind a Browning Security door with your regular Browning safes inside: a "hide the safes" strategy. It is all up to you.
Designed to fit a variety of wall types and installation requirements. Check with your dealer or Browning for exact details before beginning your project.